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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by retitled, Sep 27, 2005.

  1. retitled


    Feb 13, 2004
    forest hills
    i just finished defretting my Cort standard p-bass... its my first defretting and i think i did a pretty good job... filled in the slits with wood glue.. was that a good move?

    cant play it cuz everybody is asleep

    so i wait till the monring.. ::sigh::


    ok just got to play it today with a nice volume..

    and i noticed that my neck kind of "bows" its curved in.. i tried to loosen up the trus rod and it didnt do much... and i kept getting buzz so i had to raise my bridge.. and it made it almost impossible to hammer and and get good pull offs...

    so err.. how loose do i have to make my trus rod?
  2. Spikeh

    Spikeh Sex Strings

    I finished my first defret a few weeks back and used liquid wood (plastic stuff I think)... it sounds ok! But then again, the bass is crap anyway ;)

    As long as the tone's ok, and the fretboard is smooth, then I don't think there'll be a problem with using wood glue!
  3. retitled


    Feb 13, 2004
    forest hills
    bump for edit..
  4. Spikeh

    Spikeh Sex Strings

    Did you sand your neck too much? If so... you might have buggered the neck up for good... no truss rodd adjustment would help there...